When I took my first driving test, I failed the first time. I was driving on a straight main residential road and coming up in front of me to the right was a very tiny small road. But this small road did not have a yield or stop sign, so the intersection between my main road and this little road is considered an uncontrolled intersection. I failed because the instructor did not feel like I slowed down enough to yeild if there were a car on that road. The book says in an uncontrolled intersection, the person on the left has to yeild to the person on the right. This makes sense, but in real life, no one ever seems to do that. People's instinct (which is also what they usually do) is usually the person on the small road waits until the main road is clear before turning onto it. Most of the times when I am driving on a big main road and stop to yeild to the person on my right in an uncontrolled intersection, they look at me like I am a dumb*ss. Quite frankly, it feels a bit awkward to be holding up traffic on a big main road to yield to a small road and I have never seen anyone do this in real life. Do you guys always pay attention to whether an intersection is uncontrolled? And do you yield?